A few days ago we announced that the tablet BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition was available for your presale. Well, today, the tablet is already available to buy.
This tablet goes on sale after a great joint work by BQ and Canonical, who have managed to put this tablet on sale in the time they had planned.
The most interesting thing about this tablet is not only the one with Ubuntu Phone, but this Ubuntu Phone comes with Unity 8 interface, achieving an almost total convergence.
According to the folks at BQ, this tablet it is the first device in the world that can be converted into a laptop very easily, just by connecting a keyboard and mouse.
As we said the other day, there are two versions of this tablet, a version with a 720p screen and another version with a 1080p screen, both screens about 10 inches in size.
The tablet hardware is say mid-range, with a 1,5 GHz Quad Core processor, 2 GB of RAM memory, 16 GB of Internal Memory expandable by micro SD card and an 8 Megapixel camera.
Without a doubt we already want to try this tablet, since apart from being a national product, it is a 100% Linux product that is something we always like. I would also like to check on my own if the tablet is 100% convergent or if it has something to improve.
As for the price of the BQ Aquaris M10 Ubuntu Edition, it is a little cheaper than in the presale, being the 720p version the "cheap" version of 230 euros and the 1080p version the "expensive" version of 280 euros(the pre-sale version included a case and a screen protector).
The good news is that BQ already ships to the whole world, so our Latin American readers can also buy the tablet. The purchase link You will find it by clicking here.